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Dec 27, 2012 7:00am PST
sack. that's right, tonto. you see, the overland express company signed the government contract to carry the mail three months ago. then why martin rob mail? that's what puzzles me. martin go too far this time. yes, tonto. he's endangered the reliability and integrity of the united states governemtn postal service. kimosabe! a letter with name on it. but empty inside. that's strange. looks like the only one that's been opened. from sam dingle in river town. sent to land claims office, desert city. this was important. it's the only thing that ox martin was really after. tonto, you put the rest of the mail in the sack and take it back to the express office. me say me find it here. but don't say anything about this one yet. i'm going to sam dingle's myself. you meet me there later. ♪ k ke i'm doing? fixing my boots. but why? you won't have to wear them again. just because i discovered a motherlode don't mean that i have to give up walking. school starts again today. while i'm teaching class, can i trust you not to go near that horrible desert again? who said it's horrible? i'd ra
Dec 31, 2012 3:00am PST
of the candidate. of the citizen's better government committee. judge fredric parker. [crowd cheers and applauds] the whole country knows of the famous parker youth foundation. created by our candidate ten years ago. this one organization has reduced juvenile crime 97 percent since it was founded. [crowd cheers and applauds] because judge parker is a man who understands. that juvenile delinquency is not a matter of bad boys and good boys. but rather a matter of bad conditions and good conditions. he is a man revered and loved by his friends. respected and feared by his enemies. a man of countless virtues. [clamoring] ladies and gentlemen as we have just seen one of judge parker's numerous virtues is his modesty. what's the idea of letting me down. i'm not letting you down far from it. what about this? throw it away go out there and tell them off. tell them off what'll i say? surely i don't have to tell you that. these people sent you to prison eddie they are your enemies. the thou shalt not gang, the law and order brigade they hate you, they have always hated you. now is your chance to tell them
Dec 28, 2012 7:00am PST
a very important and expensive government experiment. i know dad. but i didn't mean to do anything wrong. timmy i know that you didn't realize what a space capsule was... but i hope this teaches you a good lesson. now whenever you come across anything which is unfamiliar to you, something that you don't recognize or understand, don't ever touch it. i won't dad. i promise. what will you do? i'll leave it be or i'll come and find you or mom. good boy! you know something? you did a very fine thing in finding the army's ginny pig. you not only saved its life, you saved the army's experiment as well. your mother and i are proud of you! very proud! there's the one that did most of the work! lassie! ♪ you know suddenly i'm hungry mom. so am i! coconut cake? and milk too! we've got a treat for you too lassie. we're all celebrating! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪the roy rogers show ♪before today's show let's visit roy and dale's western museum and victorville, california. these great memories of hollywood and the west are part of the cowboy legend. roy's ninetieth feature film was ma
Dec 29, 2012 12:35am PST
, it got a little dicey for me, because i ended up going to jail for nine months because the government thought that that character i played in the movie was really me. >> talk it out, man. >> and they actually said it in the indictment that i should go to jail because i made movies that made fun of law enforcement agencies and glorified pot >> i did the same thing, but my dad was a cop so i got a pass. >> i didn't know you could go to jail for making fun of people. >> i didn't know either. ♪ i said hey, man, i've been framed ♪ >> but it backfired because it made me more of an icon, and it actually helped our tour >> whatever it takes to sell tickets, even going to prison. so how much did jail suck? >> you shouldn't use jail and suck at the same time. >> only at night >> how bad was jail, how bad was jail >> it sucked >> what do you guys want >> nothing >> you want it legal because you think it would help the economy, there's a farming aspect, or do you just really like it? >> all of the above. >> i want it legal so i can get rid of my felony conviction. >> throw it out. >> it helps
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